In neither the book nor the movie did Janie want to marry the old stranger, and she ended up leaving him for another guy, Jody Starks. Because of Jody's constriction, Janie never felt as though she was living her life to her fullest. Both the book and the movie note Janies love and conection with nature. Unlike in the book, the movie missed out on alot of details that the book had had. For one, in the book Janie tells Phobe her story from when she found out she was colored, the movie did not have that in it.
I will compare with genuine historical facts. In my opinion brave heart doesn’t make much sense it’s meant to be about the battle of sterling bridge but there is no bridge! There was no Andrew Murray The weapon was completely wrong for Scotland there were not many swords as only very rich men had them, the spears are nowhere near the right height they are meant to be three times the height men, also they would not have had wooden poles they would of used spears in the film Scottish had weapons such as daggers and pitch forks that also didn’t happen. The clothing was wrong as the Scottish didn’t wear tartan because it wasn’t invented! In the film the Scottish people were rather scruffy and wore a kilt and tartan shirts with leather belts and the English army were very smartly dressed in chainmail, metal plate armour (that also wasn’t invented) and hard metal hats.
Another way that Edward IV proved that he was not a ‘puppet king’ as Henry VI was seen as was by removing Warwick’s brother, George Neville, as chancellor. However, although these events showed that he was not controlled by Warwick, there were many failures that outweigh his successes when it came to dealing with the over mighty subjects. Edward was said to have ‘alienated’ Warwick, which then caused him to become over mighty. Warwick was the biggest land owner in England and therefore had a lot of power, maybe even too much power as some people thought when it came to Edwards’s decision. Edwards marriage to Woodville was said to show favouritism as he subsequently gave the Woodville family titles and arranged the best marriages possible for Elizabeth’s sister, meaning that Warwick’s daughters did not get the desired marriages.
A Replublic Empire would have meant trying to override the emporer, which in Roman times would never happen. Some medieval weapons included in the movie did not exist. These were the maces and cross-bows used during the battle scenes. The gladiatorial program was also inaccurately portrayed. The normal program included beast-hunts in the morning, execution of criminals over lunch, gladiator in the afternoon.
There were no markets for farm produce, no roads to transport people or goods, no community or family to support a European community and very few women. Even places of worship did not exist. In 1627, Cardinal Richelieu, first minister to Louis XIII, worried that the colony of New France was not developing as it should. He feared that the British and Dutch colonies to the south would take over New France. Richelieu decided that a more permanent settlement in New France would protect France’s position in the continent and help develop the trade and commerce that would bring more money and benefits to the mother country.
There is absolutely no evidence that supports the suggestion that either of these two people ever had any kind of contact with Wallace or his cause. Isabelle was the name of the French princess who married Edward II three years after Wallace’s execution. In an article titled “Braveheart - The 10 inaccuracies….”, the author wrote that “at the time of William Wallace’s military escapades, Isabelle of France was a mere four years old and therefore couldn’t have physically met or been in contact with Wallace.” This means that if Isabelle was not in contact with William Wallace at that time, then everything that happened in the movie starting from her informing Wallace of the English attack to her giving Wallace pain-numbing medicine did not
The reason he gives is because no one who is alive today had any hand in slavery. The interview was, ironically, on Dr. Martin Luther King’s Birthday and also on the four hundredth anniversary of the English settlement of Jamestown, where the interview took place. Senator Henry Marsh notes, in response to Hargrove’s interview that while “the whole world’s attention is on Virginia” because of the Jamestown anniversary, “Virginia can take a leadership role in promoting racial harmony” (377). Love then states how Delegate Hargrove’s disagrees with Senator Henry Marsh statement and notes, “not a soul today had anything to
Political structures of Europe did not change because there was no outside influence of foreign trade or contact. Despite the population commotion caused by the trans-Atlantic slave-trade from 1600 to 1900 CE, the countries of Europe had not yet reached the period of enlightenment in 1800 CE; which would later cause a series of revolutions aimed at abolishing the monarchs or dictators currently in place. For the most part, the period of world history between 1450 and 1750 CE, was marked by enormous change, as was truly the first time that the European nations had contact with the entire world. Never again, after this critical time would the world go back to being composed individually and economically independent regions without contact, commerce, and an ongoing diffusion of differing
I was brought-up by my grandparents in a time when Spanish was not allowed at schools in California. They never spoke Spanish to me, and most of my uncles never spoke Spanish, but my father does.”(MSN Latinzine, 2012) He is a third generation Mexican American, born in Los Angeles, California. My grandmother's family lived in Riverside and they were very well off until the Great Depression. She was an outcast because she married a Mexican from the other side of the tracks and he wasn't born in the U.S. as she was. He was deported in the 30's, but my grandmother refused to go to Mexico with him.
The Marijuana Tax Stamp Act should have never existed because, the officials who passed the act, didn’t do studies or have enough evidence. The Marijuana Tax Stamp act was signed on October 2, 1937. The act allowed people to use and sell cannabis legally, as long as an individual bought the $1.00 tax stamp. But the treasury never signed the act. Practicing and marketing cannabis should exist in the U.S, because of its many uses in life.